Used Mercedes GLC cars for sale
We've got a fantastic selection of used Mercedes GLC cars for sale. Every second hand Mercedes GLC has a full history check and has been through a thorough mechanical inspection. All our Mercedes GLC cars are available only from trusted dealers, are all less than nine years old and come with a 14-day returns guarantee*
See our range of used Mercedes GLC cars for sale
How buying a used car through carwow works
Find a car
Use carwow to browse and compare used vehicles, advertised by a network of trusted dealers. You can search by make and model, or apply filters to find the perfect car for you.
Contact the dealer
Once you’ve found a car you’d like to buy, you can contact the dealer to arrange the next steps, whether that’s asking a question or taking it for a test drive.
Buy the car
When you’re happy to buy, you can do so at a fixed price, safe in the knowledge all models sold through carwow are mechanically checked and come with a warranty.
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Used Mercedes GLC pros and cons
+ Luxurious and comfortable
+ Good selection of powerful engines
+ Impressive safety kit
- More expensive than some alternatives
- Can be pricey to maintain
- Depreciates more than some other luxury SUVs
Is a used Mercedes GLC a good car?
The Mercedes GLC is a great option for those looking for a used luxury SUV. It offers a comfortable ride, plenty of power, and a lot of equipment. The GLC is also available with a variety of engine options, so you can find the perfect one for your needs.
One of the good things about the GLC is its safety features. It comes standard with forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and lane departure warning, all helping to make your journeys safer.
The GLC is also a stylish SUV. It has a sleek exterior and a luxurious interior. The GLC is sure to turn heads when you drive it down the street.
Of course, there are some negative aspects to the GLC that buyers should be aware of. The GLC is a premium SUV, so it is more expensive than some other models in its class. The GLC is also a complex vehicle, so maintenance costs can be higher than some alternatives.
Overall, the Mercedes GLC is a great option for those looking for a used luxury SUV. It offers a comfortable ride, plenty of power, lots of kit, and a stylish design. However, it is important to be aware of the higher price tag and maintenance costs associated with this vehicle.
What to look for when buying a second hand Mercedes GLC
The Mercedes GLC is a relatively reliable SUV, but it has been known to have some problems.
One of the most common issues is ‘crabbing’, which is a problem that occurs when the wheels are misaligned on the axle. Dealers should have already fixed this, but be aware that you might have to pay to fix the issue on some older cars. It’s particularly apparent when full steering lock is applied, as the car almost feels like it’s skipping.
There’s another issue where the steering wheel vibrates for up to 30 seconds after hitting a bump or pothole. This is an odd problem relating to the electric power steering. Mercedes issues a fix, so if the car you’re looking at has this problem it can be fixed by a software update at a dealer.
Finally, some GLCs had transmission problems where the car would noticeably jolt when changing gears. It was most common when the driver was braking to come to a stop, but this is another software fix that shouldn’t cause too much problem. With both of these issues, if the owner has neglected to fix them it might point to them ignoring other problems, too.
Mercedes GLC FAQs
The Mercedes GLC is a relatively reliable SUV. In owner surveys it usually sits around the middle of its segment, meaning it’s not the most reliable, but you could definitely do worse.
The Mercedes GLC can be pricey to look after, depending on the services required. Basic maintenance, such as oil changes and tire rotations, are relatively affordable. However, more complex services, such as brake repairs and engine replacements, can be very costly.
The Mercedes GLC is available in both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive 4Matic configurations. Rear-wheel drive cars are more fuel-efficient, but all-wheel drive models provide better traction in wet and snowy conditions.
The boot space in a Mercedes GLC is 550 litres. This is enough space for a week's worth of groceries or a few pieces of luggage.
The Mercedes GLC is available with a hybrid engine. The hybrid model combines a gasoline engine with an electric motor to provide better fuel economy.
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